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MessageSujet: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Mar 28 Avr 2009 - 3:12

Phoenix Express Kicks Off in Souda Bay

NAPLES, Italy – (NNS) -- NAPLES, Italy – Maritime and land forces from 14 countries kicked off Exercise Phoenix Express (PE09) in Souda Bay, Greece April 22.

PE09, a two-week long exercise designed to strengthen regional maritime partnerships, is part of the overall U.S. Africa Command and Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe – Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Africa - Commander, U.S. 6th Fleet theater security cooperation (TSC) strategy to enhance regional stability in the region through increased interoperability and cooperation among regional allies from the United States, Africa, and Europe.

"Phoenix Express demonstrates U.S. and partner nation commitment to regional stability and maritime security," said U.S. Navy Capt. Red Smith, Commander, Task Force 68. "During this exercise, Sailors will get underway and become familiar with the other navies' operating procedures and practices. When they meet in the future to conduct combined peacekeeping or humanitarian operations, or to counter trafficking in drugs, weapons, or persons in this region, they will be better able to work together."

U.S. units participating in the exercise include members of the U.S. 6th Fleet staff, the 6th Fleet Command ship, USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20) homeported in Gaeta, Italy, and USS Robert G. Bradley, homeported in Mayport, Fla.

"Phoenix Express offers a phenomenal opportunity to hone fundamental naval skills and improve the interoperability in the interest of maritime safety and security," said Robert G. Bradley Commanding Officer Cmdr. Clinton A. Carroll.

Participating countries include Algeria, Croatia, France, Greece, Italy, Libya, Malta, Morocco, Portugal, Senegal, Spain, Turkey, Tunisia and the United States.

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Mar 28 Avr 2009 - 16:24

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Ships Gather to Participate in Phoenix Express 09

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Date: 04.28.2009

Ships are gathering in Greece to participate in Phoenix Express 2009, a U.S.-hosted, multinational exercise designed to strengthen regional maritime partnerships and foster the ability to operate jointly.

The Sixth Fleet command ship, USS Mount Whitney, USS Robert G. Bradley will represent the United States in this two-week exercise. Fourteen nations will participate or send representatives, to include Algeria, Malta, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Senegal, Croatia, Spain, Turkey, Greece, Portugal, Italy, France and U.S.

A comprehensive and robust training agenda will provide participants with numerous opportunities to operate together and develop productive relationships. Exercises like Phoenix Express enable participants to advance information sharing which is crucial to maintaining a region free from transnational threats, as well as enhance capability to conduct multinational peacekeeping missions.

PE 09 is comprised of two large phases, inport and at sea. The exercise will include communications, maritime interdiction operations, search-and-rescue operations, division tactics, medical training and ashore maritime coordination.

Inport events, hosted at Naval Support Activity Souda Bay, Crete, will focus on medical training, MIO training and combined Maritime Forces will conduct workshops in Helicopter Operations and Safety, Damage Control and Firefighting, Navigation, Deck Seamanship, SAR, Small Boat Operations and a Leadership round table.

Underway events will focus on maritime domain awareness and the automatic identification system including interaction between forces afloat and a maritime operations center ashore. Combined Maritime Forces will also conduct serials in Force Protection, MIO, SAR, Towing and Helicopter Operations.

The U.S. Navy's National Maritime Strategy relies on cooperation with friends and allies to promote global peace and prosperity.

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Sailors and Marines Commence Phoenix Express Practical Training in Souda Bay

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Practical training exercises in cargo container inspection and visit, board, search and seizure began Phoenix Express 2009 in Souda Bay with Sailors and Marines from the U.S., Greece, Italy, and Morocco here April 27.

PE09 is a two week long exercise designed to strengthen regional maritime partnerships and is part of the overall U.S. Africa Command and Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe – Commander, U.S Forces Africa – Commander, U.S. 6th Fleet theater security cooperation strategy to enhance regional stability in the region through increased interoperability and cooperation among participating countries in the region.

The training was split into two groups and was conducted by Greek servicemembers and the Maritime Expeditionary Security Team Helicopter Visit Board Search and Seizure team 4. American and Moroccan Sailors practiced cargo container inspection involving repelling and climbing while Italian and Greek service members cleared corners using simulated rounds during VBSS operations aboard Greek training ship, ARIS.

"It is important to know how each of the navies works in order to be effective and accomplish any mission," said Italian Lance Cpl. Antonio Cothonie, rifleman and VBSS security team coordinator.

PE09 expects to continue practical import training exercises through May 4 when several ships from participating countries will go underway in the Mediterranean for further exercises involving communications, maritime interdiction operations, search-and-rescue operations, division tactics, and medical training.
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Mer 29 Avr 2009 - 19:02

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090428-N-9849P-032 SOUDA BAY, Greece (April 28, 2009) Marines from Morocco participate in small arms practical training exercises during exercise Phoenix Express 2009. Phoenix Express is part of the overall U.S. Africa Command and U.S. Naval Forces Europe, U.S. Naval Forces Africa, U.S. 6th Fleet Theatre Security Cooperation strategy to enhance regional stability in the region through increased interoperability and cooperation among regional allies from the United States, Africa, and Europe. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Apprentice Whitfield M. Palmer/Released)




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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Mer 29 Avr 2009 - 20:29

Ce sont des faux ou des vrais armes que nos marins tiennent ?
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Mer 29 Avr 2009 - 20:30

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Mer 29 Avr 2009 - 20:43

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des armes d'exercices !
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OUI , pour plus de sécu, les forces d'actions maritimes des pays utilisent ds plastrons...

BONNE NOUVELLE, nos gars utilisent des casques legers....et pas des casques lourds qui handicapent les sens et sont contre indiqués en intervention en mer..

Ces hommes appartiennent certainement à la nouvelle unité d'action en mer récemment crée
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Jeu 30 Avr 2009 - 0:31


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Jeu 30 Avr 2009 - 0:35

MErci à M3alam, comme toujours tu es un AS pour nous dégoter des photos et des video exeptionnelles
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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Jeu 30 Avr 2009 - 1:03

SOUDA BAY, Greece (April 28, 2009)

An Italian Marine participates in a cargo container inspection exercise.


NATO Maritime Interdiction Operations Training Center instructor Warrant Officer Niko Bouras, right, guides Spanish Marine Cpl. Daniel Rodriguez Palacios through a simulated firearm exercise

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Sam 2 Mai 2009 - 4:32

Ward visits Greece for Phoenix Express 09 Navy Exercise with Europeans, North Africans

SOUDA BAY, Greece, May 1, 2009 — U.S. Africa Command's General William "Kip" Ward visited Exercise Phoenix Express 09 on May 1, 2009, as maritime and land forces from 14 European and North Africa countries participated in a multinational exercise in the Mediterranean Sea.

The two-week exercise, designed to strengthen regional maritime partnerships, is aimed at enhancing stability in the region, according to officials with U.S. Naval Forces Africa - Commander, U.S. 6th Fleet.

"Exercise Phoenix Express 2009 aims to improve maritime security in the Mediterranean Sea through increased interoperability and cooperation among regional allies from the United States, Africa and Europe," said U.S. Navy Captain Red Smith, Commander, Task Force 68, the US Navy task force in command of the exercise.

"Phoenix Express demonstrates U.S. and partner nation commitment to regional stability and maritime security," said Smith

During this exercise, sailors are becoming familiar with each others' navies, operating procedures and practices. When they meet in the future to conduct peacekeeping, humanitarian operations, or to counter trafficking in drugs, weapons, or persons, they will be better able to work together.

Countries involved are United States, Spain, Turkey, Greece, Portugal, Italy, France, Malta, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Croatia, Libya, and Senegal.

During his one-day visit to the exercise, Ward, the commander of U.S. Africa Command, spoke to an estimated 100 guests and crew of USS Robert G. Bradley (FFG 49) during its change of command ceremony. Commander Clinton A. Carroll relinquishing command to Commander Tim Sparks.

"When I was asked to be the guest speaker at Clint and Tim’s change of command, I jumped at the opportunity," Ward said. "Now you would think that after 38 years of service, I would have done all my 'firsts' already. Well, this is another first for me, doing a change of command on a ship. It highlights the joint nature of our business, and I am pleased to be here watching the mantel of leadership change hands in the time honored naval tradition."


Royal Moroccan Navy Captain M'Hammed Essaadi, commanding officer, explains instruments to U.S. Africa Command's General William "Kip" Ward on the bridge of the Moroccan's ship Hassan II




Master-at-Arms 1st Class Steven Massare instructs Moroccan Sailors on properly donning a harness before conducting a cargo container inspection


Turkish sailors perform fast rope exercises from an MH-60 U.S. Navy helicopter during exercise Phoenix Express


Hellenic Sailors form up after completing a fast-roping exercise from a Greek SH-60 Seahawk

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Mar 5 Mai 2009 - 2:21

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Phoenix Express 2009 Sails into Underway Operations

GREECE (NNS) -- Phoenix Express 2009 (PE 09) wrapped up the in-port portion of the exercise on May 2 and will begin the underway portion of the two-week exercise on May 4 with 12 naval ships getting underway from Naval Support Activity, Souda Bay, Crete.

The frigate USS Robert G. Bradley (FFG 49) along with fleet replenishment oiler USNS Laramie (T-AO 201) and the container ship USNS Lance Cpl. Roy M. Wheat (T-AK-3016) will represent the United States in this two-week exercise.

The U.S. 6th Fleet command ship, USS Mount Whitney (LCC/JCC 20), will join the other naval ships later in the week. Nine other ships will also participate in the exercise, to include the Algerian frigate Rais Corso (FFG 903); the Moroccan frigate Hassan II (F 612); the French landing craft CDIC Hallebarde (L 9062); the Italian corvette ITS Cigala Fulgoso (P 490); the Greek frigate HS Salamis (F 455); the Portuguese frigate NRP Joao Roby (F 487); the Spanish corvette ESPS Infanta Elena (P 76); and the Turkish frigate TCG Gokova (F 496).

While import at Souda Bay, members of PE 09's combined maritime forces trained at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Centre (NMIOTC). The center offers classroom training to the participants, as well as simulator training and practical exercises. Throughout the courses, students learned Maritime Interdiction Operations (MIO) boarding techniques, small arms training and proper container inspection.

"The first phase of Phoenix Express focused on maritime interdiction operations training conducted by the NMIOTC," said Lt. Cmdr. Jerry Wright lead planner of the PE 09 exercise. "NMIOTC is an excellent training facility and provided PE 09 participates with a valuable opportunity to come together to share information and techniques. Their training was essential to ensure the underway part for this exercise will be a success."

Underway events will focus on Maritime Domain Awareness and the Automatic Identification System including interaction between forces afloat and a Combined Maritime Operations Center ashore located in Sigonella, Sicily. Combined Maritime Forces will also conduct serials in force protection, MIO, search and rescue, replenishment at sea, towing and helicopter operations.

A comprehensive and robust underway training agenda will provide participants with numerous opportunities to operate together and develop productive relationships.

Exercises like PE 09 enable participants to advance information sharing which is crucial to maintaining a region free from transnational threats, as well as enhance capability to conduct multinational naval operations.

The principal aim PE 09 is to improve maritime security in the Mediterranean Sea through increase interoperability and cooperation among regional allies from Africa, Europe and the United States.

Cargo Mate David Dezutter, a Military Sealift Command safety observer, watches as a rigid hull inflatable boat is lifted out of the water after a man overboard drill performed by the amphibious command ship USS Mount Whitney (LCC/JCC 20)

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Mer 6 Mai 2009 - 23:48

DNU Flash - 6 mai 2009

First one-minute newscast- - Multiple countries participate in Exercise Phoenix Express.


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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Lun 18 Mai 2009 - 22:54

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Jeu 13 Mai 2010 - 19:53

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SOUDA BAY, Greece (April 29, 2009)-- Hellenic Navy Ltjg. IIiadis Asklipios guides a Moroccan Marine onto a Greek SH-60 Seahawk to during a fast-roping exercise during exercise Phoenix Express (PE09). PE09 is a two-week long exercise designed to strengthen regional maritime partnerships and is the overall U.S. Africa Command and U.S. Naval Forces Europe, U.S. Naval Forces Africa, U.S. Sixth Fleet Theatre Security Cooperation strategy to enhance regional stability in the region through increased interoperability and cooperation among regional allies from the United States, Africa, and Europe. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW/AW) Jenniffer Rivera/ Released)





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SOUDA BAY, Greece (April 29, 2009)-- Hellenic Navy Ltjg. IIiadis Asklipios guides a Moroccan Marine through fast-roping exercise during exercise Phoenix Express (PE09). PE09 is a two-week long exercise designed to strengthen regional maritime partnerships and is the overall U.S. Africa Command and U.S. Naval Forces Europe, U.S. Naval Forces Africa, U.S. Sixth Fleet Theatre Security Cooperation strategy to enhance regional stability in the region through increased interoperability and cooperation among regional allies from the United States, Africa, and Europe. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW/AW) Jenniffer Rivera/ Released)

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Jeu 13 Mai 2010 - 20:00

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SOUDA BAY, Greece (May 1, 2009)-- Gen. William “Kip” Ward, Commander, United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) talks with Moroccan Marines at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center (NMIOTC) during his visit to exercise Phoenix Express (PE09). PE09 is a two-week exercise designed to strengthen regional maritime partnerships and is a part of the overall AFRICOM and U.S. Naval Forces Europe, U.S. Naval Forces Africa, U.S. Sixth Fleet Theater Security Cooperation strategy to enhance regional stability in the region through increased interoperability and cooperation among regional allies from the United States, Africa, and Europe. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class (SW/AW) Jenniffer Rivera/ Released)

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MessageSujet: Re: Exercice Phoenix Express 2009   Sam 15 Mai 2010 - 12:05

Les casques que portent les armées moderne ( troupe d'élite, comme le soldat US en photo, c'est des casques pour le Hockey) les prix sont vraiment pas cher, je comprend pas comment nos soldat peuvent encore avoir des casques aussi vieux..d'ailleurs ce casque en acier, est lui même dangereux, car il ne protège pas mais assomme..c'est comme mettre une marmite sur sa tête et mettre un coup dessus, ça résonne !
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